Overall, this is a great website with a large variety of island quests, positive messages, and serious privacy protections. However, I just want to let you know that the island quests are very different from each other and that a lot of the newer islands involve more mini games than item collection or questing. For example, the "Poptropolis Games" island is little more than a glorified collection of Olympic-themed arcade-style mini games. Similarly, "Reality TV Island" and "Twisted Thicket Island" are collections of reality-TV themed and forest-themed mini games, respectively. With those three islands as glaring exceptions, most of the other islands involve significant amounts of problem solving and some islands have ingeniously difficult puzzles that even teenagers (like myself) would struggle to solve without resorting to a walk-through, which is why I gave this website three stars for learning. One last caveat: the game asks you MANY, MANY times if you want to buy membership to get bonus items/quests or early access, and while you can't purchase membership directly, the game encourages you to email your parents about buying membership, and this gets annoying for both the kid trying to enjoy the game and potentially the harassed parents as well. On this website, privacy is not an issue, because players use randomized names that are assigned to them by the game and all chatting is scripted, so it is literally impossible for players to share any personal information about themselves. Additionally, one of my favorite privacy controls on this website is that only an email address and a password are required to set up an account. You never have to use your real name or any other personal information (besides your email address) to sign up. Finally, I think this game has positive messages in it that are anti-sexist and anti-racist, because characters in the game world are from a variety of different skin colors (unlike a lot of other online games worlds), and even if you sign up a girl when you create your account, there are no clothes you can't wear in the game that boys can wear (except for beards and mustaches, because that would be anatomically impossible), and there are no titles or actions you can't have/do (you even get to be the sheriff on Wild West Island!). I rated this game ON for five and up because privacy, sex, drugs, and violence are not an issue in this game at all, but children younger than school age might find the puzzles in the game too difficult, the maneuvering with the mouse too taxing, or the amount of reading required to be difficult. However, any kid with moderate reading ability and who can tie their shoes will have all the skills and dexterity needed to play in this online world. So overall, I give this game four stars for positive messages, a variety of entertaining and fantastical islands, and excellent learning opportunities, with minus one star for rampant "membership" ads and a few islands that are merely mini game collections.